Germany: Church sued over Nazi bells in Thuringia
23 February 2019 | 1:07 pm
An estimated 23 churches in Germany continue to use bells that feature Nazi symbols and inscriptions. One man is taking legal action against six Nazi bells used by the Evangelical Church in central Germany.
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